July 26, 2016 Slideshows » Food & Drink

11 San Antonio Food Trucks Worth Tracking Down 

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We'll admit that we lost count of the number of San Antonio food trucks a while back. With a food scene growing so rapidly and the obsession with serving food out of a truck is still so popular, it can be hard to keep up. To make things simple, we've gathered 11 of the city's best food trucks that are definitely worth tracking down.
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Cullum’s Attaboy
9 p.m.-3 a.m., Paper Tiger, Tuesday-Saturday, attaboyburgers.com
For a playful menu and a delicious burger, Attaboy is the truck to seek out.

Photo via Instagram, Cullum’s Attaboy
Kalye
(210) 884-6092, kalyesatx.com
Thai/Filipino fare, good prices, awesome flavors and a funky menu. Enough said.

Photo via Instagram, Kalyesatx
Where Y’at Food Truck
2410 N. St. Mary’s St., whereyatsa.com
Are you a fan of Cookhouse but want to enjoy po'boys while drinking? Then Where Y’at is the truck for you.

Photo via Instagram, brass_6fd
Puerto Rican Grub Express
facebook.com/grubexpress
For Puerto Rican fare like Pernil Asado and Pechuga a la Planca, Puerto Rican Grub Express has got your back. You can find them outside of Squeezebox to get your Tembleque fix.

Photo via Instagram, theactiveeater
Creme de la Creme
cremedelacremechef.com
Feast on French fare and eat like Tony Parker at the truck owned by his personal chef.

Photo via Facebook, Creme de la Creme Food Truck
Cousins Maine Lobster
(210) 951-8922, cousinsmainelobster.com
Because where else can you get delicious lobster from a food truck?

Photo via Instagram, Cousins Maine Lobster
The Box Street Social
(210) 617-0775, theboxstreetsocial.com
Pro tip: try the pulled pork sandwich.

Photo via Instagram, theboxstreetsocial
Berbere Ethiopian Cuisine
(210) 310-9264, 4741 Fredericksburg Road, berbereethiopian.com
For the only Ethiopian food in town, Berbere’s is the truck to check out.

Photo via Facebook, Berbere Ethiopian Cuisine
Chela’s Tacos
chelas-tacos.com
For street tacos that won’t disappoint, Chela’s is the way to go.

Photo via Instagram, yummies4tummies
Big Poppas Tacos
(210) 231-0042, facebook.com/Big-Poppas-Tacos
If you're on the strip, you'll want to get Sucia fries. Note to owner: Add non-gendered food items. Or at least a Necio sandwich.

Photo via Facebook, Big Poppas Tacos
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Ay Papi’s
(210) 712-7941, facebook.com/AY-Papis
For inexpensive empanadas, yucca fries and a delicious Tripleta or Cubano, we recommend you seek out Ay Papi’s.

Photo via Instagram, ay_papis
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Cullum’s Attaboy
9 p.m.-3 a.m., Paper Tiger, Tuesday-Saturday, attaboyburgers.com
For a playful menu and a delicious burger, Attaboy is the truck to seek out.

Photo via Instagram, Cullum’s Attaboy

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